Many real estate pundits regard L zone to be the one which will change the whole dynamics of real estate market in India. L zone is the biggest zone under the Master Plan Delhi 2021. It is situated near the Dwarka zone of Delhi. The developments that will come with L zone is immense. One of the most important factors of this zone is that it comes under the Land Pooling Policy initiated by DDA, hence, it will adhere to the promising benefits that the land pooling comes with.
L zone has enjoyed a huge trust from the builders in the past couple of years. Massive residential projects have been launched in this zone. The builders and the common man will be helped by the government as it will provide all the infrastructural development in this area. The houses constructed will be of high quality, both in terms of design as well as in technology. These will be provided to the middle class people of Delhi and India so that they can also get a chance to live in one of the highly posh areas of the future.
The location itself gives it a high importance. This zone will feature the construction of upcoming Diplomatic Enclave 2, AIIMS 2 and the Disneyland. It will also be connected to the 4 th phase metro that has already been approved by the Delhi Metro Authority. Apart from that, it will be surrounded by Gurgaon, Dwarka and South Delhi from three sides and hence, will become a part of an elaborate road network. The international airport is also very close to the location of L zone, making it a picture-perfect place to reside.
The Zone L of West Delhi is contemplated to be a major hub for population in the near future. The zone covers an area of 22,979 hectares and is located in the South West Delhi, hence is closest to South Delhi. The zone shares boundary with Gurgaon and is in close proximity of IGI International Airport. In order to meet the rising standard of living of the metro city life, the zone is decked with elite amenities and has access to the upcoming Delhi’s largest Golf Course. The area is surrounded by NH-10/Rohtak Road and Railway line in the North and Dwarka Sub-City in the East. Being the most well-connected zone of the city makes L Zone a highly sought after residential zone in the coming five years. The Zone L is envisioned to be the next area to ease out the space related issue in the city. If any time is the ideal time to invest in property, the time is now and the place is L Zone.
The green belt has been identified along the NCT Delhi boundary which includes all the revenue villages abutting the NCTD boundary as shown in MPD 2021 land use plan. The farmhouses were permitted and sanctioned under the provisions of Master Plans 1962 and 2001. As per MPD 2021 the Farm Houses are now permitted only in the ‘green belt’. Delhi Government has allotted approx. 900 acres in L Zone for water reservoir. In the near future, L Zone will emerge as the most sought after property in the city.
L Zone Map
Village In L Zone
|S. No||Village Name||Area (in Ha.)||Status|
|15||GOELA KHURD (PART)||21.04||URBAN|
|20||JAFFARPUR (HIRAN KUNDA)||344.89||URBAN|
|22||JHARODA KALAN||1243.33||URBAN-197Ha // GREEN BELT-1046.33Ha|
|34||MITRAON||891.56||URBAN -225Ha. //GREEN BELT- 636.56Ha.|
|36||MUNDHELA KALAN||525.12||GREEN BELT|
|37||MUNDHELA KHURD||508.82||GREEN BELT|
|40||NANGLI SAKROTI (PART)||11.33||URBAN|
|53||SUREKH PUR||170.42||URBAN – 46.75Ha // GREEN BELT-123.67Ha|
|56||TAJPUR KHURD (PART)||17.00||URBAN|
|57||TIKRI KALAN||860.00||URBAN- 461.55Ha., //GREEN BELT-398.45Ha.|
(Part) indicates that part area of Village revenue boundary is in this Zone and remaining is in adjoining Zones